Courses

Spring 2013 Course Offerings

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Course # Course Title and Syllabus Day/Time Instructor Room
PS 19 Soph. Seminar: The Politics of Ethnicity and American Identity
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Block 6
(T 1:30-4:00)
Schildkraut Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 21 Intro to Comparative Politics
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Block J+
(TR 3:00-4:15)
Shevel Robinson 253
  Recitation TA      
  RA TA W 6:00-6:50   Eaton 203
  RB TA R 6:00-6:50   Braker 222
  RD TA F 12:00-12:50   East 016
PS 42 Western Political Thought II Block J+
(TR 3:00-4:15)
Devigne Barnum 008
PS 43 Justice, Equality & Liberty Block I+
(MW 3:00-4:15)
Denby Lane 100
PS 61 Intro to International Relations
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Block E+
(MW 10:30-11:45)
Mufti Cabot Asean
  Recitation TA      
  RA TA T 12:00-12:50   Terrace Room
  RB TA R 12:00-12:50   Terrace Room
  RC TA F 1:30-2:20   Eaton 203
RD TA T 5:30-6:20 Eaton 204
  RE TA T 4:30-5:20   Eaton 204
  RF TA W 3:00-3:50   Eaton 333
  RG TA T 5:30-6:20   Minor 224
  RH TA F 12:00-12:50   Minor 112
  RI TA F 10:30-11:20   Eaton 206
PS 99-01 Fieldwork in Politics Arranged Gleason ARR
PS 99-02 Fieldwork in Politics
*0.5 credits
Arranged Levine ARR
PS 102 Congress, Bureaucracy and Public Policy
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Block E+
(MW 10:30-11:45)
Berry Eaton 206
PS 103-01 Political Science Research Methods (M)
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Block M+
(MW 6:00-7:15)
Mazaheri Eaton 208
PS 103-02 Soph. Seminar: Political Science Research Methods (M) Block I+
(MW 3:00-4:15)
Masuoka Eaton 208
PS 111 Political Psychology (M)
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Block I+
(MW 3:00-4:15)
Schildkraut Tisch 316
PS 118-02 Political Participation and Mass Behavior in the U.S. (M) Block K+
(MW 4:30-5:45)
Masuoka Tisch 316
PS 120 Seminar: Power and Politics in China
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Block 6
(T 1:30-4:00)
Remick Miner 110
PS 122 Soviet, Russian, and Post-Soviet Politics
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Block F+
(TR 12:00-1:15)
Shevel Braker 225
PS 124 Seminar: Political Economy of Developed Democracies (M)
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Block 10
(M 6:30-9:00)
Fujihira Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 138-02 Political Violence in State and Society Block K+
(MW 4:30-5:45)
Cruz Aidekman 12
PS 138-06 Democracy and Dictatorship in Europe
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Block M+
(MW 6:00-7:15)
Art Olin 002
PS 138-12 Government, Business, and Public Policy
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Block G+
(MW 1:30-2:45)
Mazaheri Science & Tech. 136
PS 139-01 Seminar: Authoritarianism in Comparative Perspective
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Block 5
(M 1:30-4:00)
Art Eaton 209
PS 147 Seminar: Political Philosophy of Nietzsche1 Block 3
(R 6:30-9:00)
Devigne Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 149 Contemporary Political Theory
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Block G+
(MW 1:30-2:45)
Rasmussen Halligan 111B
PS 150 Plato's Socrates Block L+
(TR 4:30-5:45)
Evrigenis Eaton 202
PS 154 Romanticism and Revolution: The Political Philosophy of Rousseau
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Block L+
(MW 4:30-5:45)
Rasmussen Lane 100A
PS 158-08 Ethics and International Relations Block D+
(TR 10:30-11:45)
Evrigenis Tisch 304
PS 168 International Law Arranged
(M 2:00-4:20)
Fletcher Faculty Terrace Room
PS 172 U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East Block L+
(TR 4:30-5:45)
Corbin Eaton 201
PS 180 Regionalism in African International Relations
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Block H+

(TR1:30-2:45)
Robinson Anderson 201
PS 181 Public Opinion and Foreign Policy (M)
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Block D+
(TR10:30-11:45)
Eichenberg Tisch 316
PS 188-05 US National Security and the future of NATO Block L+
(TR4:30-5:45)
Garey Barnum 114
PS 188-07 'New' and 'Old' Wars: The U.S. and the Evolving International Security Environment Block N+
(TR6:00-7:15)
Corbin Eaton 201
PS 188-08 Contemporary International Relations of East Asia Block K+
(MW 4:30-5:45)
Park Miner 225
PS 188-09 Conducting Research in International Politics
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Block J+
(TR3:00-4:15)
Eichenberg Olin 101
PS 188-10 International Crisis Diplomacy Block I+
(MW 3:00-4:15)
Becker Eaton 201
PS 188-20 International Environmental Negotiation Block 10
(M 6:30-9:00)
Gleason Eaton 206
PS 188-23 Race and U.S. Africa Policy
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Block K+
(MW 4:30-5:45)
Robinson Eaton 203
PS 188-25
*Cancelled
Criminal Groups: International Security Threats in a Global Environment Block M+
(MW 6:00-7:15)
Chindea  
PS 189-08 Seminar: History of Financial Turbulence and Crises Block 7
(W 1:30-4:00)
Psalidopoulos Packard Hall Conference Room
PS 199-01 Senior Honors Thesis (M) Arranged Eichenberg ARR


(M) = Methodologically focused course